Kellard opened up the scoring in the fourth minute when she tucked a pass from Jakiela past Eagles' keeper Kim Simonetti with a hard, low shot.
Frawley added to the lead when she strategically lobbed a shot over the outstretched arms of the GMC goalie to make it 2-0 Badgers. The lead grew to 3-0 when Kellard notched her second goal of the game in the 27th minute with a long, darting drive that skipped between the legs of Simonetti.
Just before the end of the first half, Alexandra Hilliard got the Eagles on the board when she raced down the left wing in behind the defense, and beat a diving Katja Langmaid to make it a 3-1 game.
JSC extended the lead to 4-1 in the second stanza when Frawley sent a pass into the box for Ally Bataille who tapped it into the goal.
Two minutes later GMC responded with a marker of its own. Kim Blank picked up a loose ball in the box after a corner kick and shot it in to narrow the deficit back to two goals.
That was as close as the Eagles would get, however, as goals from Jakiela and Taylor
The Badgers outshot the Eagles in the game by a 27-5 margin. Bataille had a game-high six shots while five different Eagles each recorded one shot.
Langmaid made three saves for the Badgers and improved her record to 3-1-0 with the victory. Simonetti saved eight shots on net in the loss as her record drops to 0-6-0.
The Eagles will be back on the field again next Saturday as they travel to Colby-Sawyer to take on the Chargers in a battle of NAC foes at 3:30 p.m.
JSC returns home as it hosts SUNY Canton in a non-conference match scheduled for 2 p.m.